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Old 07-31-2013, 09:24 PM
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is it possible to just vent the ccv into the atmosphere? thats what i did with my lightning. some guys used oil catch cans others just let it vent, i just used a mr gasket breather and a 90' elbo. can we do that with the diesels or is there to much oil coming through?
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You can vent to atmosphere. I've been doing it for a while. I used a 1" ID heater hose down by the frame rail under the bed. There is a decent amount of vapor occasionally and I am often told that my truck is smoking.

Just changed out my cold side CAC pipe and not a trace of oil residue. Was very pleased.
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I've always wondered why no one has done this, I did it to my race car, most drag racers do. But run the CCV to the vehicles exhaust. I know in drag racing applications it's done for different reasons. Why not run a hose from the CCV into the exhaust with a 1 way valve? Lets assume you have a cat and dpf delete. I get why you wouldn't if they are still in place.
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Yeah, why hasn't anyone done that yet? It may improve ring seal as well like in drag race applications. You can always put it after the cat/dpf if you still have that.
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Looks great!

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Mishimoto baffled catch can and 7' of 1" XRP heater hose.
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Mishimoto mounted up front. Keeping the 1" hose as close as I can to the catch can


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Mishimoto baffled catch can and 7' of 1" XRP heater hose.
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Mishimoto mounted up front. Keeping the 1" hose as close as I can to the catch can


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That Mishimoto Catch Can install looks good and easy to access! I saw they have lots of hose and fitting options. I probably should do this mod...
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